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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing - October-December 2010

Volume 32, Number 4

Contents:
Only the Clothes Changed: Women Operators in British Computing and Advertising, 1950-1970 - Marie Hicks
The Inconsistent Youth of Charles Babbage - David Alan Grier
From Art Form to Engineering Discipline? A History of US Military Software Development Standards - Christopher McDonald
The MIL MF7114 Microprocessor - Zbigniew Stachniak
The Turing-850 Project: developing a Personal Computer in the Early 1980s in Mexico - Daniel Ortiz-Arroyo, Francisco Rodriguez-Henriquez, and Carlos A. Coello Coello
Biographies: John R. Rice: Mathematical Software Pioneer - Thomas Haigh
Anecdotes: RAID: A Personal Recollection of how Storage Became a System - Randy H. Katz
Local Area Networks: Long Island, New York - Michael Geselowitz
Events and Sightings
Think Piece: A Question of Scale: Networks, Systems and Practice - Damon Yarnell

Kindly donated by Philip Sugden.

Publication Date : 2010



ISSN Number : 1058-6180

Format : Paper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH55748. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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